Online course ‘Modern Greek for Late Beginners’ now open for enrolment


The Greek Community of Melbourne has launched an online course, ‘Modern Greek for Late Beginners,’ for students aged 10-18 who want to start learning Greek at a later stage in their life.

Running every Wednesday for ten weeks from July 15, 2020, the online course will provide students with the opportunity to develop their communication skills in Modern Greek, and their knowledge and understanding of the Greek language and culture.

“This elementary level will introduce the Greek alphabet, greetings and introductions, and how to describe various daily activities,” a GOCM statement reads.

Further outcomes at the end of the course include: being able to identify and use numbers and concepts of time, ask for and give directions, and identify specific grammatical expressions.

No prior knowledge of Greek is required. To attend the online sessions all you need is a link provided via email, a device with internet connection and a webcam.

Classes will be limited to 10 students and will run for 2 hours every week. Cost is $250. To enrol click here.

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